Dr. Adam Lloyd is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the department of Otolaryngology, Division of Speech Pathology. He specializes in the evaluation and treatment of voice and upper airway disorders. He works collaboratively with Frost School of Music, teaching and engaging in research projects involving vocal pedagogy and vocal health. Dr. Lloyd is also part of the multidisciplinary team providing inclusive care for the LGBTQ+ community, specializing in voice modifications for gender diverse persons. (LGBTQ Services at UHealth). Dr. Lloyd has special training in yoga and utilizes these skills in his teaching, research, therapy, and evaluation practice.
Education & Training
2020: Northwestern University
Other, Doctoral Program
2006: University of Tennessee Health Science Center, TN
MS, Master's Program
Outcomes of voice therapy, gender diverse voice, vocal pedagogy, singing voice, prevalence of voice disorders, and mind-body practices in voice habilitation and rehabilitation.
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